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Back in the day, we used to rock scrunchies like they were our job. But now that we’re grown-ups (kind of), it’s time to graduate to something a bit more sophisticated. These chic hair ties keep hair secure without snagging strands or leaving ugly creases. Best of all, they look as good on our wrists as they do in our ponytail.
This bands are super stylish and hold hair! I love that they do not leave a crease in my hair after taking down. I throw in the washing machine with my clothes to help return the band to the original size after using.5
Love the colors of these hair ties and how they don't leave a crease in your hair. Only complaint is that after a week or two of use, they start to twist on look thin.4
I was skeptical about this one but it was very cute and looks great especially in my daughter's hair and she loves that it holds her hair but doesn't pull it.4
I love these hair ties! I have thick curly hair and they work great and don't snag. They are cuter to wear on your wrist than traditional hair ties, and they don't cut into your skin.5
Received these in the mail a couple of weeks ago. For the amount paid, I was a little disappointed. The colors were great, but they're your basic hair band.3
These are awesome! I can leave them in my hair all day and when I take my hair down I don't have a line through the middle of my hair. They also come in a bunch of different colors and prints which makes them even better!5
These are my absolute favorite hair ties. They work like a charm and are fashionable to wear around my wrist throughout the day as well. Don't dent hair or pull any hair out. Love!5
I have ditched every type of hair tie, EXCEPT for these! I even use them on my 8 year old daughter. They stay in place and are comfortable to wear. Every woman should own these. :)5
I have long and thin hair that easily breaks. I've heard lots of great things about these hair ties, so thought I'd try. Ultimately, didn't notice much different performance from regular, cheaper versions or just regular ties. No less breakage, etc. I suppose they are a little bit more fashionable on the wrist than a regular black hair tie.3
I wear ponytails far too often at work--Gretchen Weiners would not approve. I've tried almost every ponytail holder made, and usually they still end up ripping my hair out. These are nice and stretchy, though the really small ones (different pack) seemed to lose their stretch over a day. These hold their shape pretty well, even though I have long hair, and a lot of it. [BTW, I'm not sure about the "wear them on your wrist" comment, but maybe that's because I'm a tall person with man hands. Lol]4